Randy Locey is the the President of ProPharma Cleanrooms and brings 27 years of senior level management experience in construction, manufacturing, and operations. Mr. Locey's most recent experience being 5 years with two start up cleanroom designing and building companies. Mr. Locey’s focus is predominately on dealing with the overall structure (i.e. air flow capacities, temperatures of air available, etc.) to make current, or new space complaint with present and future standards.
Mr. Locey served 12 years with the Dallas Stars as the Executive Vice President of Business Operations, overseeing the areas of merchandising, hospitality, security, and parking at American Airlines Center for the team. He also was responsible for operations and construction of the Dr Pepper StarCenter division including the 6,000 seat Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco, Texas which includes the Stars practice facility.
Mr. Locey has a Bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University and a Master’s degree from University of North Texas.
Kenneth S. Latta, BS, RPH, FIACP, FACA+
Vice President - Design and Regulatory Compliance
Ken Latta is Vice President of Regulatory Compliance for ProPharma Cleanrooms. A pharmacist for more than 30 years, Mr. Latta is a nationally recognized expert in compounding pharmacy management and development, clean room design and building, pain management, and pain medication inventory controls. He has written and taught extensively on this topic.
In 1977, a year before Mr. Latta graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University Of North Carolina School Of Pharmacy, he began work at Duke University Medical Center as a technician in the IV room. Following graduation, he stayed on at Duke University Medical Center, as a pharmacist. Over the next three decades he continued on with the medical center while working part time in retail pharmacies and smaller hospitals.
Mr. Latta was a staff pharmacist at Duke University Medical Center from 1978 through 1989. He then became the lead pharmacist at the Acute Pain Service at the medical center, a position he would hold until 2000. During this time he served on several national committees with the American Pain Society and took part in several pain initiatives. In 2000, he became manager of the Duke Compounding Facility, where Mr. Latta’s many accomplishments included designing, overseeing construction, and launching operations for a standard-setting compounding facility. His expertise includes process design and validation which promotes safety and ensures appropriate outcomes.
In 2006, Mr. Latta became involved in establishing national standards for the compounding profession and accreditation processes. He is still actively involved in this endeavor.
Mr. Latta has assisted in developing, researching and writing several ACPE-accredited programs in non-sterile compounding, sterile compounding, pain management and hormonal therapy for compounders.
Mr. Latta’s specialty is matching pharmacy processes - current and potential - to Cleanroom facility design ensuring compliance with current and future standards. His design experience for Cleanrooms ranges from small clinics to large central fill facilities (150 sq. ft. to 3,800 sq. ft.) that may or may not include nonsterile compounding facilities compliant with USP <800> including receiving, packaging, storage, and compounding regulations.
Patrick K. McGill, NCARB+
- Licensed in the State Texas, United States #06562
- Licensed in the State Florida, United States #AR0016013
- Licensed in the State North Carolina, United States #12310
- Licensed in the State Ohio, United States #Arc.0313274
- Licensed in the State Virginia, United States #0401017187
- Member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
Clean Room Projects Include:
- Wake Forest Univ. Hospital, North Carolina
- Medi-Fare Drug Center, South Carolina
- Johns Hopkins Pharm.,
- Ohio Health
- Novant Health
- Leiters Pharmaceuticals, California
- Licensed in the State of California, United States #356646 (Since 1976)
- Classifications: B-1 General, C-20 HVAC
- Licensed in the State of Idaho, United States: #RCT-25257 (Since 2008)
- Licensed in the State of Utah, United States #7080022-5501 B100 (Since 2008)
- Successfully completed installations of four (4) projects in Canada, including a 3,000 Sq. Ft. Class 10,000 Cleanroom for the Atomic Energy Commission in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada approximately 5-years ago.